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Engineering Thermodynamics: Work and Heat Transfer, 4/e

Engineering Thermodynamics:  Work and Heat Transfer,  4/e

Author(s):
  • Gordon Rogers
  • Yon Mayhew
  • Author: Gordon Rogers
    • ISBN:9788131702062
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131702065
    • Price:Rs. 949.00
    • Pages:736
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    This well-established text covers the fundamentals of engineering thermodynamics, their application to particular fluids and the ways in which work and heat transfer are affected

    Table of Content

    1. Principles of Thermodynamics
    2. Fundamental Concepts
      1. The First Law of Thermodynamics
      2. Non-Flow Processes
      3. Flow Processes
      4. The Second Law of Thermodynamics and Reversibility
      5. Corollaries of the Second Law
      6. General Thermodynamics Relations
    3. Applications to Particular Fluids
      1. Properties of Fluids
      2. Non-Flow Processes
      3. Flow Processes
      4. Vapour Power Cycles
      5. Gas Power Cycles
      6. Heat Pump and Refrigeration Cycles
      7. Properties of Mixtures
      8. Combustion Processes
    4. Work Transfer
      1. Reciprocating Examples and Compressors
      2. Reciprocating Internal-Combustion Engines
      3. One-Dimensional Steady Flow and Jet Propulsion
      4. Rotary Expanders and Compressors
      5. Direct Conversion
    5. Heat Transfer
      1. Conduction
      2. Convection
      3. Radiation
      4. Combined Modes of Heat Transfer
    6. Appendices

    Salient Features

    • Uses the alternative and increasingly popular sign convention for work transfer.
    • Provides a thorough revision for the treatment of perfect gas or combustion, particularly disassociation and several aspects of heat transfer.
    • Discusses combined cycle plant, cogeneration schemes, low temperature power cycles and pollution problems.
    • Written entirely in SI (metric) units.